Tuesday, March 26, 2013

washi tape bunny & carrot spoons


as a crafter/artist/diy'er, 
have you ever made something that was intended for someone else and after it was done, you wanted to keep it?

well, it's not that you don't wanna give it, it's that you wanna have one too!

like if i were michaelangelo, 
laying all day on my back upside down painting this ceiling of miracles, i would wanna keep the painting.
i wonder if he painted his kitchen ceiling like with eggs and bacon or something.
now that would be something to see.

.....?.....

anywho, 
such is the case for me, when i made these:
my job for our big family easter sunday dinner is to make desserts.

but desserts aren't happening just yet as today is only tuesday and i don't wanna serve molded desserts on sunday if i were to make them now.

so i made these spoons instead.
like this:



i think they are funny and cute at the same time.
i would never ever in my lifetime think a spoon was funny and cute.

but these, i think, are.
see what i mean?
so if i decide to keep these instead of using them for the desserts on easter, i can do fun things with them.

like, make cool designs with them.
or take this picture for instance:
hey ya got any green bunnies?
no..go fish bunny.

or even better yet,
have a little dance with them.
but heeeey! wait a minute! 
i just figured out how to give them away without actually giving them away.

i am going to make desserts today so that they get molded to no fault of my own, take them to easter sunday dinner with the spoons, and tell everyone to eat up!

it'll be an easter/april fool's day treat!

do you think that will work?
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30 comments:

  1. Lisa. Those are absolutely adorable - and I love washi tape. Saw your post on take a look Tuesday. I am now following you on GFC. Would love for you to stop by and say hi.
    Leslie
    www.thememorynest.blogspot.com

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    1. thank you SOOOO much Leslie! i'm a washi tape addict so i figure i better use them before they take over my household! heehee

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  2. Those are absolutely adorable! I love both the bunnies and the carrots! Great use of washi tape ... I'm pinning! Thanks for sharing with us at Project Inspire{d}!

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    1. yahoo! a pin from you! i was gonna make some chicks too but ran outta time. perhaps i'll make one and update this post?...oh goodness all i wanna do is add stuff to my to do list! LOL thanks again Randi :)

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  3. such an adorable idea. Totally adding this to my crafting To Do List

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    1. yay yay yay! that's the best compliment! thank you Domestic Goddesque! :)

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  4. You know, it was a good day for me when I subscribed to your blog! One great idea after another, and this tops the list (until the next post!)! Too stinkin' adorable. I've never tried washi tape, but the 'need' keeps growing. You may have pushed it over the top. My great granddaughter would love these!!! Thanks (again) for sharing! Dona

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    1. and it's a great day when i have people like you to join in on the fun! yahoo! if i could send you 50 rolls of washi tape to get started i would! :>D thank you Dona SO much!

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  5. These spoons are so adorable! Love your blog, btw :-) Would you like to link this at our weekly party? All posts are welcome !

    http://withablast.blogspot.com/2013/03/all-my-bloggy-friends-link-party-39.html

    Linda

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    1. so happy you like these Linda! i'm all linked up-yay! :)

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    2. Thank you so much for joining our party, Lisa! I was thrilled when I saw you shared these spoons with us :-)

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  6. Lisa, these are crazy. I love 'm. Thank you for linking it up at the linky party at http://www.fineCraftGuild.com

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    1. oh i love fun crazy! heehee but i love your comment even more. thank YOU Rose for your party :)

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  7. You are just so crafty! I need to get some washi tape ...

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    1. thank you! but are you sure about that Brenda? cuz washi tape's like Lay's potato chips-you just can't have one! :>O heehee

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  8. Those are soo cute!! I love the fluffy tail on the back. How perfect for Easter dinner, too!

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    1. you could of course do them with forks too but i needed spoons cuz i plan on making trifle desserts. thanks a million Michelle! :)

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  9. Those are seriously darling! I think my kids would eat all of their Easter dinner if they had those! I'll be featuring this on my blog tomorrow!

    http://www.sumossweetstuff.com

    Thanks for linking up!
    Sumo:)

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    1. THANK YOOOOOOUUUU Sumo! i giggled at your comment! and about the feature? i am SERIOUSLY stoked!!! :>D

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  10. Those are just so cute! I need to make those next year for the kids to eat their Easter Dinner with! Thanks for sharing on We Made That!

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    1. i made them for the adults to use too, hope they like them and not think i am crazy...oops! too late :) thanks again Tracey!

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  11. Wonderful tutorial! I loved the outcome! So cute!!
    Great post!! I included it in my post Βόλτα στη Γειτονιά #26 :)
    Have a great week!!

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    1. thank you so much Tina! it's pretty cool this post is in Greek! :)

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  12. What a cute idea! Where do you find the wooden spoons? I have been wanting to get in on the washi tape craze- this idea may be the gateway for me, lol! Glad I saw your post on Mom on Timeout... :)

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    1. hi YinMom! you can get the spoons at party city store or try here: http://www.karaspartyideas.com/shop/plain-wood-ice-cream-spoons-10ct-for-4-5.html
      i hope you get to make these! warning about the washi tape though, it's totally addicting! :>O
      thank YOU soooo much for coming by!

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  13. This just cracked me up. Really sweet. I love it!! Thank you for linking it up at our linky party. I can't wait what you'll come up with at the party tomorrow!

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    1. and your comment just gave me a HUGE smile! thank YOU so much Rose! :>D

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  14. Great, lovely and easy idea. Love them, the result is great.
    JoyJonne Hooks

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    1. nice, sweet and wonderful comment. thank YOU JoyJonne! :)

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wait don't scare me! leave me a comment before you gho-ull! man what a (candy) corny joke! :>P